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I always get boils with pus on my lower belly.. I sqweeze it out always but they reappear all times.. Now my lower belly full of boil marks.Help..
Boils: This is a fairly common and unfortunately not an easy to treat problem. You need to see your doc to get some work up done to potentially rule out some common diseases like anemia, diabetes, liver disease to make sure that they are not interfering with your immune response. It's usually treated with antibiotics and sometimes may take a while to clear completely. Hygiene of that area is paramount. ...Read more
Eyes not right, tension in upper back, an low belly fullness, off balance , ears ring. With upright pos. Daily for yrs........Why?
Need full physical: I'm afraid that the constellation of symptoms you have can be part of a number of different problems. Since these problems have been present for years then, it is possible that certain ones can be individually fixed such as the eyes or the ringing but a thoroush physical examination and appropriate labs or imaging studies should complement the exam in order to get some answers. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My child is sick, pretty sure it's the flu. Mild fevers, has BAD gas, diarrhea (whitish), has puked 3-4 over the last 3 days, belly full of air. ER?
No more than other: Fat. The intra-abdominal fat in humans is metabolically different from subcutaneous fat and releases mediators that may be deleterious. ...Read more
Flatulence: Excessive gas is a common condition, most causes not being dangerous. There are many causes, including malabsorption (lactose, cruciferous vegetables, proteins), bacterial overgrowth, IBS, decreased gut motility, gallbladder disease, diverticulitis, and more. Determining the cause of your symptoms is the first step to improving them. ...Read more
I've been in pain for a few days now it all started when my belly felt so full I threw up all day everything I ate n I only ate one time that d?
Examination needed: Your symptoms are nonspecific but very worrisome. Persistent abdominal discomfort like yours must be evaluated by a physician. Serious causes include appendicitis, intestinal obstruction, gastritis, pancreatitis, inflamed gall bladder, peptic ulcer,etc. Proceed to the hospital emergency room where prompt evaluation and testing will take place. ...Read more
After a night of heavily drinking, i'm having a hard time digesting food. I feel like I have a full belly but last i ate was about 8hrs ago. Whats up?
Umbilical hernia: is very common in newborn babies. It will appear like the belly button is full of air but it is actually protrusion of the intestinal wall which is, itself, full of air. These usually close spontaneously over years. It the protrusion cannot be pushed back in or the baby has pain you need to go right in to the doctor. Ask your baby's pediatrician to confirm ...Read more
I took Ultrasound. Result was no problem. But found out my belly was not full with water - didn't have enough instruction. Should I take another one?
And DRINK UP: About 60 minutes prior to the U/S drink 32 oz. of water....don't think about it....just do it....this is a tough exercise for pregnant women and men throughout the world applaud and envy your talents at being pregnant, having a SUPER FULL bladder, add 32 oz. more of water to the bladder to do a test where someone is pushing down making you feel as if you're going to burst! We salute you.... ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer